Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Petersburg, Florida

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CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST PETER, ST PETERSBURG

Denomination : Anglican

Official blazon

Party per pale, the dexter parted fesswise wavy Or, a setting sun in its spelndor gules issuing from the fess line, and argent, three barrulets wavy azure; the sinister of the second ,a Latin cross inverted of the third debruised by two keys of the first in saltire.

Origin/meaning

The sun and waves are from the arms of teh Diocese of Southwest Florida, which St Peter serves as Cathedral. The Keys and inverted cross is symbols of St Peter. Literature:


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